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League of Inveterate Poets

The out-of-context contextuality of a foolish sage

Chaos Just Isn’t the Answer to All Your Problems

| April 26, 2010

(The reality: I took this picture yesterday at the North Carolina Maker’s Faire in Durham. The “Chaos Machine” was a Rube Goldberg style giant toy.) Please “Digg” this picture by clicking “Share This” below and selecting the Digg option. Thanks!

Shameless Self-Promotion Department: PublicLens Blog

| September 25, 2009

I invite my readers to check out my new humor blog, PublicLens (http://publiclens.blogspot.com). PublicLens is a never ending parade of the bizarre, the beautiful, and the befuddling from that most ubiquitous of spies: the cell phone camera. The phone cam has created an explosion of imagery and made it available (in many cases) for all […]

Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute

| March 4, 2009

These pages may fall silent for a few days. I will be in Philadelphia to take care of some business and visit family and dear friends. I may try to sneak in a brief post or two, but no promises. In the meantime I leave you with the wonderful quote in the title of this […]

Everything’s Amazing – Nobody’s Happy

| February 25, 2009

What happens when we lose our sense of wonder and awe (told in hysterically funny fashion, so we can bear it): UPDATE: While most innovations of our day would indeed seem amazing to someone from the past, not so for all: Futureman explains social media to ’50s guys

I Like What Chris Likes

| February 25, 2009

[WARNING: Vain and perhaps foolish attempt ahead to try to justify promoting a friend’s blog as a worthy post given the theme and focus of his blog.] I like What Chris Likes. Chris Martin (no, not that Chris Martin, let’s get that out of the way) was one of our housemates in Philadelphia for all […]

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